Lovely ground floor flat offering unfurnished accommodation consisting of a modern fitted kitchen, lounge area, a double bedroom & a modern fitted bathroom. Allocated parking space. Communal garden to the rear. Double-glazing & gas central heating.
Flat 2,296 Old Laira Road, Laira, Plymouth Pl3 6 (accommodation)
Communal entrance doors to the front and rear. Entrance door into the flat.
Built-in storage cupboard. Door to the living area.
Living Area (14' 7" x 7' 5" (4.47m x 2.27m))
Double-glazed window to the rear. Opening leading into the kitchen area.
Kitchen Area (8' 6" x 4' 9" including kitchen units (2.60m x 1.4)
Series of matching eye-level and base units with tiled splash-backs, roll-edged work surfaces and an inset single-drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Wall-mounted gas boiler. Built-in 4-ring gas hob with electric oven beneath. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for under-counter refrigerator. Double-glazed window to the rear.
Bathroom (6' 4" x 5' 2" (1.95m x 1.59m))
White modern suite comprising panel bath with shower unit and spray attachment above and tiled surround, pedestal wash handbasin and low-level toilet. Built-in extractor fan.
Bedroom (8' 3" x 12' 4" (2.52m x 3.78m))
2 double-glazed windows to the front. Full-length built-in wardrobe.
There is an allocated parking space adjacent to the property. The communal garden comprises a paved area and a washing line.
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